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• Councillor joins fight to keep long-gun data [Globe & Mail]
• Doug Ford backs property tax freeze, while mayor says let’s see [Globe & Mail]
• Majority of Toronto’s $285M surplus will go to TTC: Rob Ford [National Post]
• More city budget cuts on the way [The Sun]
• Toronto councillors expense $117K in first quarter [CBC]

• TTC scores 76 out of 100 in new customer satisfaction survey [Globe & Mail]
• TTC riders surprisingly satisfied [The Star]
• Despite reservations, transit riders give TTC high marks for service [National Post]
• TTC riders mostly happy with customer service [BlogTO]
• There will be pain with the gain of a new Eglinton LRT [The Star]
• TTC advocacy group says delayed LRT will ‘open door to more political interference’ [National Post]
• TTC audit looks at transit delays & doughnuts [National Post]
• Auditor finds gaps in TTC oversight of consultants and overtime [The Star]

• Toronto May Day protest focuses on workers’ rights [The Sun]
• Occupy protesters target Barrick Gold [The Star]

• Keenan: My definition of burying the Gardiner [The Grid]
• Toronto Hydro Derails Plans for Railway Museum [Torontoist]
• It’s time to vote for the best & worst buildings from 2011 [BlogTO]
• Toronto grabs five spots in worst roads survey [The Star]